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Tag Archives: David Cameron
Apr 14 2013
In order to help put the current discussion about the UK’s relationship with the EU into context, EUROPP looks back at the history of the debate, with a contemporary review of This Blessed Plot. First published in 1998, it is … Continue reading
Posted by: April 14, 2013
Mar 15 2013
Brussels blog round-up for 9 – 15 March: The European Parliament ponders absinthe, Germany set for a balanced budget, and is the Netherlands heading for an EU referendum?
Chris Gilson and Stuart A Brown take a look at the week in Brussels blogging. The EU centre and the crisis Lost in EUrope says that the ratings agency Fitch has finally downgraded Italy for its recent electoral choice, by downgrading … Continue reading
Posted by: March 15, 2013
Mar 5 2013
The last two and a half years have seen the biggest change of Britain’s European policy in its four-decade membership of the European Union. In the first of a series of blogs on EU institutions and their history, Anthony Teasdale … Continue reading
Posted by: March 5, 2013
Feb 15 2013
Brussels blog round-up for 9 – 15 February: A reduced EU budget, the Anglo-German axis, and a transatlantic trade pact?
Chris Gilson takes a look at the week in Brussels blogging. The EU centre Last week, the European Council agreed to a deal that would reduce the European budget in real terms for the first time (Open Europe has a good … Continue reading
Posted by: February 15, 2013
Feb 8 2013
The uncertainty created by David Cameron’s policy on EU membership may cost the UK’s already troubled economy.
Prior to UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s speech on the country’s relationship with the EU, Michael Emerson set out several hazards that his strategy was expected to face. Revisiting these hazards after the speech, he finds them to be mostly … Continue reading
Posted by: February 8, 2013
Feb 4 2013
Alex Salmond and David Cameron’s incoherent referendum plans mean that they are unlikely to get what they want for either Scotland or the UK.
An independence referendum is due to be held in Scotland in 2014, with another referendum being pledged by UK Prime Minister David Cameron on the country’s relationship with Europe in 2017. Jo Murkens and Peter Jones argue that in both … Continue reading
Posted by: February 4, 2013